A Mining Adventures For The Whole Family.


Local Mining Suppliers and Club Sponsors!

Date:  Sunday March 22nd.  2020

Time: 9:00am - 12:00 (Noon) 

Location: Woodland Park Lawn Bowling

Address: 6150 Whitman Ave N,

Seattle, WA 98103

Size:  90.9 Acres - ish!!!!

MAP Link:  Click HERE


Contact: Chad Plumlee 425-622-5840


 1) Memories with friends and    



2) Meet new people with a comon

      interest, many with over 25 year

      mining experience.


3) Education: Learn what to do and

      what not to do. Also learn how to

      use equipment correctly.


4) Gold Claims in Washington and

      Oregon. As a member your an

      official gold claim owner. Any

      gold  you find on the claims is



      *Learn More About our Club

                     (Click Here)



Why Join our Club?

Miners Rally 2020

Date: August 21st, 22nd., & 23rd

City: Liberty Wa.

Entry: FREE to Public

Sponsor: www.resourcescoalition.org

~ Educational Presentations and


~ Hands on Equipment Demonstra-


~ Tour Historic Liberty

~ Observe an operating Arrastra

~ Observe area Placer Claim


~ Visit nearby gemstone sites

~ Prospecting & Mining Associations

        & Clubs

~ Metal Detector Night Hunt

~ Food Available Onsite

~ Raffle for Great Prizes

~ Free Camping (Dry)

~ Lodging and Restaurants available 


Saturday Night Detector

HUNT! - $15

Metal Detecting Association of Washington

   The MDAW exists to PRESERVE, PROMOTE and PROTECT metal detecting rights. Some of the concerns related to detecting in this state are unique to the Pacific Northwest. As a group we strive to work with hobbyists, in clubs or not, who want to enjoy metal detecting, follow the rules set down about the hobby and in some cases help to change those rules. The MDAW works in cooperation with the Office of Historical and Archaeological Preservation of Washington State and Washington State Parks.


Detecting Rights

      In the pacific North West we have the Resources Coalition fighting to protect miners rights.  Their mission is to bring about a consensus on the usage of public land through education and respect for

private property without endangering the basic freedoms of our country. We have the right to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" as part of our heritage  and access to a variety of usages on private and public lands

July 19 - Natural Resources Building,

               Room 172

2018 Round 2 Hydraulic Code Rule Making

1111 Washington Street SE,

Olympia, WA 98501 

Information about the upcoming rule change process is available at https://wdfw.wa.gov/licensing/hpa/rulemaking. Comments can also be submitted by email to the department at HPARules@dfw.wa.gov

Mining Rights
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